Continued from page 1
After getting everyone’s comments, assemble questions and group by category. For example, questions about how quickly you ship products would be under your “Shipping” category, etc.
Write your FAQ in a “Question & Answer” format.
Organize questions in each category so most important questions appear near top.
Create a “Table of Contents” at top of your FAQ page and put most asked questions here.
Hyperlink them so your customer just has to click to get to answer. Or hyperlink your categories at top of page.
Here’s a few more tips:
-Keep your FAQ updated. Are answers still relevant? Review monthly.
-Keep your questions and answers concise. No more than a paragraph. If question requires a long, detailed answer, have a link to a separate webpage.
-Don’t create your FAQ as a file that a prospect has to download to read. Most people won’t bother, and they’ll leave your site frustrated.
-Include info and links at bottom of each FAQ page so that a prospect can contact you if they still have unanswered questions.
David Coyne is a marketing consultant and online entrepreneur.
Visit his website and get the FREE e-book “Marketing Secrets Of The Ages.” You can sell this e-book to customers and keep 100% of the profits. http://www.dc-infobiz.com